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One-Dog Canoe von Mary Casanova
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One-Dog Canoe (2009. Auflage)

von Mary Casanova (Autor)

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A girl and her dog set out in their canoe one morning, only to be insistently joined by a series of animals, large and small.
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Titel:One-Dog Canoe
Autoren:Mary Casanova (Autor)
Info:Square Fish (2009), Edition: First, 32 pages
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Tags:Animals, Canoe

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One-Dog Canoe starts off one morning when a young girl takes her canoe on the water. Her dog asked “Can I come, too?” They glided on the water and ran into dissimilar creatures wanting to join in on the canoe ride. Before long too many creatures joined the young girl and her one-dog canoe. The last creature to hope into the canoe happened to be a frog on a rock. Suddenly, the creatures and the young girl splashed into the lake where they swam with laughter.
Several predictable areas throughout the children’s story book. Examples include- It’s a one-moose, one-bear, one-wolf, one-loon, one-beaver, one-dog canoe. Can I come, too?
The illustrations were illustrated with fragile colors making the story enjoyable to read with the relatable simple drawings. Great specific detail surrounding/covering the whole page. ( )
  AMuller96 | Sep 22, 2015 |
This book was so sweet and very entertaining. The little girl ignored her frustrations and had a good time with all of her new furry friends. I would love to read this before nap-time in a younger classroom. It is very entertaining, but would not serve for any other purpose. ( )
  SadieCooney | Apr 22, 2015 |
One day a little girl is going off with her dog in her little red canoe. They both set off into the water. But as she paddled other animal starting asking her "can I come too?".she told them it is a " one dog canoe" but no one listened. First it was the beaver then a loon then a bear and even a moose too. But the canoe could not hold not another animal so when the frog hopped on board it threw everyone onto the water. The other animals realized they should of listened to her. So when she dried off she set off to the Northern Lights , just her and her dog like it should've been from the start. I really liked this book because it reminds me of me and my dog and the activities just me and him go do like going out to the park. ( )
  lruano | Oct 3, 2014 |
Lots of fun, bright illustrations. Great book for illustrating how we can keep taking on more and more until finally one little thing becomes too much. ( )
  MaestraDixon | Jul 11, 2012 |
One day a young girl and her faithful dog push their canoe into the lake and set off for on a trip for two. As they paddle around the lake they pass Beaver, “Can I come, too?” The girl objects that this is a “one-dog canoe,” but Beaver hops in with a slap of his tail. Despite her protestations, she somehow ends up in a “one-moose, one-bear, one-wolf, one-loon, one-beaver, one-dog canoe!” With such a heavy load all it takes is a small frog to tip the canoe into the water, “Plop! Swoosh-a-bang flop!” The girl and the animals laugh and splash and admit that it really was just a one-dog canoe. They bail out the canoe and soon the girl and her dog paddle off in their one-dog canoe.

The rhyming text flows along swiftly and uses wonderful imagery, “I dipped my paddle into ribbons of blue.” The illustrations are humorous and filled with funny details. Pay attention to the picnic basket and its contents throughout the book.

Full Review at Picture-Book-a-Day: http://picturebookaday.blogspot.com/2012/04/book-96-one-dog-canoe-by-mary-casano...
  amy-picturebookaday | Apr 5, 2012 |
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